Michel Chossudovsky: The Homeland Security State and the Economic Crisis


Bonnie Faulkner
Guns and Butter
May 26, 2010

The Global Economic Crisis: The Great Depression of the Twenty-First Century” with economist and author, Michel Chossudovsky.


[DS added the links to the various authors’ posts on DS]

The Global Economic Crisis: The Great Depression of the XXI Century

Buy it here: www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=19321


Preface Michel Chossudovsky and Andrew Gavin Marshall


Chapter 1 The Global Economic Crisis: An Overview Michel Chossudovsky
Chapter 2 Death of the American Empire Tanya Cariina Hsu
Chapter 3 Financial Implosion and Economic Stagnation John Bellamy Foster and Fred Magdoff
Chapter 4 Depression: The Crisis of Capitalism James Petras
Chapter 5 Globalization and Neoliberalism: Is there an Alternative to Plundering the Earth? Claudia von Werlhof
Chapter 6 The Economy’s Search for a “New Normal” Shamus Cooke


Chapter 7 Global Poverty and the Economic Crisis Michel Chossudovsky
Chapter 8 Poverty and Social Inequality Peter Phillips


Chapter 9 War and the Economic Crisis Michel Chossudovsky
Chapter 10 The “Dollar Glut” Finances America’s Global Military Build-Up Michael Hudson
Chapter 11 Martial Law, the Financial Bailout and War Peter Dale Scott
Chapter 12 Pentagon and Intelligence Black Budget Operations Tom Burghardt
Chapter 13 The Economic Crisis “Threatens National Security” in America Bill Van Auken
Chapter 14 The Political Economy of World Government Andrew Gavin Marshall


Chapter 15 Central Banking: Managing the Global Political Economy Andrew Gavin Marshall
Chapter 16 The Towers of Basel: Secretive Plan to Create a Global Central Bank Ellen Brown
Chapter 17 The Financial New World Order: Towards A Global Currency Andrew Gavin Marshall
Chapter 18 Democratizing the Monetary System Richard C. Cook


Chapter 19 Wall Street’s Ponzi Scheme Ellen Brown,
Chapter 20 Securitization: The Biggest Rip-off Ever Mike Whitney


Michel Chossudovsky: Their cure will kill us!

The Global Economic Crisis, The Great Depression of the XXI Century, Preface

11 thoughts on “Michel Chossudovsky: The Homeland Security State and the Economic Crisis

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  5. The Problem is showing itself in one event after another…NONE of which are SOLVED or, even, put to rest. Humpty has fallen and the pieces scattered ARE NOT THE MEANS to a NEW PARADIGM.

    This whole thing is not just global; it is planetary. Until we humans realign our value with the rest of the species, with the stars, and outer space itself (which we are now contaminating with garbage!), nothing can change. (Refresh my memory, Lo–I know there was an article on Dandelion Salad that addressed the need for humans to change how they see themselves as one feature in the vastness of the cosmos…as in, WHO DO WE THINK WE ARE?!)

    Waking up to the illusion of one’s own country, re-examining one’s own assumptions–sacred cows, if you wlll–is to become self-evident. Every one of us has to become self-honest without rushing to press those finds onto another’s journey.

    I appreciate Mr. Chossudovsky’s offerings and I hold myself responsible for proceeding.

    P.S. What is it about evolution we don’t understand?!?

      • Lo, I have searched and can’t find the article. It’s a theme I’d expect Chris Hedges to address, given his education and background.

        At the very least, this country, et al. are in a great learning curve. There are many, many revolving doors (politics, religion, history, archaeology, philosophy, biology, etc. etc.) through which a mind can look in search of wholeness. The poets and others, like Joseph Chilton Pearce, substantiate the intelligence of our hearts educating our minds. And then there are brilliant comedians like Jon Stewart who merge into a sometimes reluctant belly laugh, our despair and rage and and love.

        “Oh, world, I cannot hold thee close enough!” –opening line of Edna St. Vincent Millay’s “Renascence.”

        Thank you for YOUR heart, Lo,


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      • Being picky, I think Chossudovsky is still murky in his solutional analysis … Knowing the other authors in the book I’m sure they have firmer views on going forward.

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